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NCAA Night Please sign in and take a packet Anna Ferrara 9-12 th grade counselor Last Names: Rosato-S & AVID students NCAA Liaison
The mission of the Corona High School Counseling Department is to provide academic, career, and personal/social counseling services to each student. Our purpose is to empower and provide each student with the tools necessary to achieve: Their individual goals Their personal responsibilities A high school diploma A plan for post-secondary options Becoming a productive and contributing member of the community
Mr. Pruett A-C Mrs. Halfhill D-HO Mrs. Martin HU-OL Ms. SchneiderOR-ROSAS 9th grade & Personal Needs Ms. Babin 10 th -12 th OR-ROSAS & PUENTE Students Mrs. Ferrara ROSATO-S & AVID Students Ms. Osterkamp T-Z & Special Education Students Mrs. Aguiar English Language Learners A-Z & Teen Parents
NCAA Rules – in order to participate in collegiate athletics the student athlete must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA Corona High School Athletic participation requires a student to maintain a 2.0 GPA
NCAA Div. I or Div. II
Filing with the eligibility center ◦ Must register with the NCAA eligibility center at $70 Fee ◦ File at the end of Junior year (6 semesters must be completed) ◦ Must complete 16 Core Courses for Div. I eligibility, with a minimum 2.0 GPA (sliding scale on SAT/ACT) ◦ Must complete 16 Core Courses for Div. II eligibility, with a minimum 2.0 GPA and 820 combined on SAT or sum score of 68 on ACT
Filing with the eligibility center continued ◦ All Core Courses must be taken off the “NCAA Course List” for Corona High School –school code ◦ “Athletic Transcript Release Authorization” must be filled out (available in the registrar’s office) to allow CHS to send your transcripts to the eligibility center (now and upon graduation). ◦ Students must fill out the amateurism certification questionnaire ◦ A student athlete must meet both the NCAA eligibility requirements as well as college admission requirements.
NCAA Division I schools: Larger schools Offer full scholarship awards Largest media coverage, revenue, exposure
Complete 16 Core Courses Graduate from High School Present minimum 2.0 GPA Achieve combined SAT/sum ACT score that match their core GPA (see sliding scale) COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING 4 Years of English 3 Years of Math (Algebra I or Higher) 2 years of Science ◦ One year of natural/one year of physical ◦ One of those classes must include a lab 1 Extra Year of Math, English, or Natural/Physical Science 2 Years of social science; and 4 Years of extra courses (from any above, or foreign language, non-doctrinal religion, or philosophy)
◦ English (4 Years) LA 1A/B LA 2A/B LA3A/BLA4A/B ◦ Math (3 Years) Alg 1A/B Geometry 1A/B Alg 2A/B ◦ Science (2 Years) Biology 1A/B (Lab) Oceanography, Natural Science or Chemistry ◦ One Extra Year Math, English, or Natural/Physical Science Oceanography, Chemistry, Natural Science, AP Environmental Science, AP Biology, Zoology, Anatomy & Physiology, Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry ◦ Two years of Social Science World History 1A/B, US History 1A/B ◦ Four Years of extra courses from any above or foreign language Gov’t/ Econ (1Yr) Span 1A/B, Spanish 2A/B, Spanish 3A/B
NCAA Division II schools: Fewer sports Few full scholarship awards Most award is met with various institutional aid Athletics funded by campus like academic depts.
Complete 16 Core Courses Graduate from High School Present minimum 2.0 GPA Achieve combined SAT score of 820 or ACT sum of 68 COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING 3 years English 2 Years of Math – Algebra I or higher 2 Years of Life/Physical Science One year must be a Lab Science 3 extra years of English, Math, or Science 2 Years of Social Science 4 Years of additional courses Additional courses can come from any of the above or foreign language
◦ English (3 Years) LA 1A/B LA 2A/BLA3A/B ◦ Math (2 Years) Algebra 1A/B Geometry 1A/B ◦ Science (2 Years) Biology 1A/B (Lab) Oceanography, Natural Science, or Chemistry ◦ 3 Extra Years Math, English, or Natural/Physical Science LA 4A/B, Algebra 2A/B, Natural Science ◦ Social Science (2 Years) World History 1A/B US History 1A/B ◦ 4 Years of extra courses from any above or foreign language Gov’t/ Econ (1Yr) Span 1A/B, Spanish 2A/B, Spanish 3A/3B
Calculating Core GPA ◦ Multiply the quality points for the letter grade by the credits earned per class (0.50 per semester) Other Notes ◦ On-line & Non-Traditional classes BYU online courses- NO LONGER ACCEPTED ◦ Students must save work from classes re-taken with significant grade change. ◦ Students must submit SAT/ ACT scores directly to the eligibility center using code “9999” Other o Official Visits – (Div. I only) Must submit SAT/ACT scores for student to take an Official Visit ACT SAT
Eligibility & Strategies
Students must meet the school’s entrance requirements Research the exact school for their specific entrance requirements ◦ Division III institutions do not give athletic scholarships students are awarded based on their academic accomplishments.
Now require students to register through their website at Registration fee is $65 Scores need to be sent directly to the NAIA from the testing agency by using code 9876 High School Graduates will be eligible by meeting two of the three requirements listed below: 1. Have a minimum 2.0 GPA 2. Score 18 on ACT or 860 on SAT 3. Graduate in the top 50% of their class
If students do not meet NCAA or NAIA eligibility requirements ◦ Attend community college first and transfer
Determine what schools meet your son/daughters academic and athletic requirements. Contact those coaches via or U.S. mail expressing your interest as well as accomplishments ◦ Don’t be afraid to “brag” coaches may not know anything about you unless you list your accomplishments ◦ Send a DVD of your son/daughter competing in their sport Broaden your search (outside of California) May be able to walk-on as a student-athlete and gain all the benefits of a scholarship player Be realistic, make sure that your son/daughter’s goals are within reach, and always have a back up plan.
Finding the right college ◦ Not only about money, students need to find the right fit College life, majors, team, coaches, school location, reputation of team ◦ Make sure to get information in writing (no student is given a full ride for 4-5 years) Verbal commitments do not guarantee scholarship must sign official national letter of intent.
Source: Last updated: Student Athletes Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball FootballBaseballMen’s Ice Hockey Men’s Soccer High School Student Athletes 545,844438,9331,108, ,912398,351 High School Student Senior Athletes 155,955125,409316,697134,57910,546113,815 NCAA Student Athletes 17,50015,70867,88731,2643,94422,573 NCAA Freshman Roster Positions 5,0004,48819,3968,9331,1276,449 NCAA Senior Student Athletes 3,8893,49115,0866, ,016 NCAA Student Athletes Drafted Percent High School to NCAA 3.2%3.6%6.1%6.6%10.7%5.7% Percent NCAA to Professional 1.2%0.9%1.7%11.6%1.3%1.0% Percent HS to Professional 0.03% 0.08%0.60%0.10%0.04%
Division 1 Men’sDivision 1 Women’s Baseball11.7Archery5 Basketball13Badminton6 CC & TF12.6Basketball15 Fencing4.5CC & TF18 Football Div. 1-A85Equestrian15 Football Div. 1-AA63Fencing5 Golf4.5Field Hockey12 Gymnastics6.3Golf6 Ice Hockey18Ice Hockey18 Lacrosse12.6Lacrosse12 Rifle3.6Rowing20 Skiing6.3Rugby12 Soccer9.9Skiing7 Swimming/Diving9.9Soccer12 Tennis4.5Softball12 Volleyball4.5Squash12 Water Polo4.5Swm/Dv8.1 Sync. Swm5 Tennis8 Team Handball10 Volleyball12 Water Polo8 Division II Men’sDivision II Women’s Baseball9Archery9 Badminton0 10 Basketball10Basketball10 Bowling0 5 CC & TF12.6CC & TF12.6 Fencing4.5Equestrian15 Football36Fencing4.5 Golf3.6Field Hockey6.3 Gymnastics5.4Golf5.4 Ice Hockey13.5Gymnastics6 Lacrosse10.8Ice Hockey18 Rifle3.6Rifle7.2 Skiing6.3Lacrosse9.9 Soccer9Rowing20 Tennis4.5Skiing6.3 Volleyball4.5Soccer9.9 Water Polo4.5Softball7.2 Wrestling9Squash9 Swm/Dv9 Sync. Swm5 Team Handball12 Tennis6 Volleyball8 Water Polo8 Athletic Scholarships By Sport and Division
High School as well as College athletes are first and foremost students Academic success will give them the tools they need to become an effective “student- athlete”
Thank you for attending and taking an interest in your student’s academic and athletic success